The Gospel of Luke

In this series we’ll explore the world-changing story of Jesus through the Gospel of Luke. It’ll be a chance to not only see why the Gospel stories are important, but how we can actually read and understand them.

We’ll get to immerse ourselves in Jesus’ life, teachings, death, and resurrection. But we’ll also explore key people and themes throughout Luke that will help challenge and encourage us as followers of Jesus in today’s world. This is a great chance for us to engage and connect both the head (apologetics, historicity, Jesus was a real person), as well as the heart (drawing us to the beauty, power, and truth of who Jesus really is).

Gospel of Luke: How to Read the Gospels

James Copeland 8th January 2023

In the first talk of our series on the Gospel of Luke, James looks at who Luke was and why he was writing. Understanding how to read the gospels is vital for our relationship with Jesus. Through studying the historical accounts of Jesus’s life on earth, we can be drawn to the beauty, power, and truth of who Jesus really is, and our lives can be transformed.

Play

Gospel of Luke: How to Read the Gospels

Adnan Khan

In the first talk of our series on the Gospel of Luke, Adnan looks at who Luke was and why he was writing. Understanding how to read the gospels is vital for our relationship with Jesus. Through studying the historical accounts of Jesus’s life on earth, we can be drawn to the beauty, power, and truth of who Jesus really is, and our lives can be transformed.

Play

Zechariah: Echoes of the past

Helen Marasha 23rd January 2023

The story of Zechariah and Elizabeth shows us that God often does His most amazing work in the context of impossibility. In this talk, Helen looks at how we can trust God even when our circumstances seem impossible, and how we can find hope in God when the things we long for feel far away.

Play

Zechariah: Echoes of the past

Joel Wade 15th January 2023

The story of Zechariah and Elizabeth shows us that God often does His most amazing work in the context of impossibility. In this talk, Joel looks at how we can trust God even when our circumstances seem impossible, and how we can find hope in God when the things we long for feel far away.

Play

Mary: Ordinary Woman, Extraordinary Faith

Lars Due-Christensen 29th January 2023

Mary was an ordinary, unknown girl from an obscure part of Nazareth. Yet God chose her to bear His son, Jesus! In this talk, Lars considers what we can learn from Mary’s response to this astonishing calling. We too can choose to respond to God in joyful obedience and extraordinary faith, even in the smallest moments of our every day lives.

Play

Mary: Ordinary Woman, Extraordinary Faith

Andy Nunn

Mary was an ordinary, unknown girl from an obscure part of Nazareth. Yet God chose her to bear His son, Jesus! In this talk, Andy considers what we can learn from Mary’s response to this astonishing calling. We too can choose to respond to God in joyful obedience and extraordinary faith, even in the smallest moments of our every day lives.

Play

Upside Down Kingdom

Lou Richards

In Luke chapter 2 we see the secret working of God’s providence. God uses ordinary people and ordinary means to bring about His extraordinary purposes in the world. In this talk, Lou considers how we can respond to God with an open heart of obedience and faith, and be expectant for Him to use us in our every day lives.

Play

Upside Down Kingdom

Simon Mackenzie

In Luke chapter 2 we see the secret working of God’s providence. God uses ordinary people and ordinary means to bring about His extraordinary purposes in the world. In this talk, Simon considers how we can respond to God with an open heart of obedience and faith, and be expectant for Him to use us in our every day lives.

Play